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Fri Nov 16, 2018, 01:26 PM

 

Romney seeks seats on 3 Senate Committees

Mitt Romney has a lot of things going for him. He has good looks for a 50, much less 70 year old. He has the backing of the Mormon Church. He was a Governor, POTUS candidate; and - now - Willard is a United States Senator.

Also, Mitt wants to be on the Senate Banking Committee

The question that I want to know, as a victim of Romney's gangs tied to Bain Capital (I was the CEO of eToys until Bain / Kay Bee stole and destroyed our eToys public company) - is - why does Mitt Romney want to part of the Senate Banking Committee????

Me thinks Romney has plans to make Banking monies!

Shouldn't that disqualify him from bring considered?

Already, there are reports Romney is being considered for another POTUS run, in 2020; and many believe this is the only reason Mitt ran for Senator.

Accirding to insiders like the Brookings Institute ( HERE ), by Romney becoming Senator means Mitt is the most powerful Republican, so much so that Mitt Romney is a King maker (or breaker).

See Brookings article titled

How Mitt Romney could wind up running the United States 6 years after losing the presidential election
Which states that:

Republican control of the Senate. In that case Mitt Romney, the man who failed to become the king, may very well become the kingmaker.


If you'll remember, Mr Etch-Sketch is also known as Flip-Flop Mitt. In 2016 Romney called Trump a fraud and con man. In 2017, Trump and Romney had a very publicized dinner; and Mitt exited stating Trump was the man for the job. (WTF happened at that dinner).

Question realy is, where is Romney headed?



According to CNBC -
https://www.cnbc.com/amp/2018/11/14/mitt-romney-wants-to-be-on-the-senate-finance-commerce-committees.html

Mitt Romney is telling friends he wants seats on the high-profile Senate Finance and Commerce committees


Mitt Romney, the 2012 Republican presidential nominee who was elected to represent Utah in the Senate last week, is already looking to move up the GOP leadership ranks in the chamber, CNBC has learned.

Sources say Romney has told friends that he's planning to submit requests to join at least three high-profile Senate panels: the Finance Committee, the Commerce Committee, and Senate Foreign Relations Committee.

A Republican member is departing each of the committees.


Only Romney knows what his real plans are.

Question is, where is Mitt heading????
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laserhaas Nov 2018 OP
C_U_L8R Nov 2018 #1
2naSalit Nov 2018 #2
PaulX2 Nov 2018 #3
laserhaas Nov 2018 #4
brooklynite Nov 2018 #5
laserhaas Nov 2018 #8
klook Nov 2018 #6
struggle4progress Nov 2018 #7
laserhaas Nov 2018 #9

Response to laserhaas (Original post)

Fri Nov 16, 2018, 01:29 PM

1. Get in line, Mitt

Hes still a junior senator

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Response to laserhaas (Original post)

Fri Nov 16, 2018, 01:36 PM

2. After this shitshow in a dumpster fire

he's going to seem pretty moderate. I give it a 50/50 for now but I wouldn't be surprised if he jumps into the race next year. The Senate will likely be sick of him by then and welcome his exit.

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Response to laserhaas (Original post)

Fri Nov 16, 2018, 01:37 PM

3. How Many People's Pensions Did Mitt Steal This Week?

 

Vulture capitalist scum.

Hostile takeover, load up with debt, cash out, go bankrupt, make pensions worthless.

Repeat.

Mitt is scum of the earth, regardless if Bill Clinton said it was "good work".

Scum.

Scum that worships Mammon.

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Response to PaulX2 (Reply #3)

Fri Nov 16, 2018, 01:45 PM

4. This is why the "who cares" votes, vex me.

 

People are obtuse to my quest for justice; and I get it. Who GAF about an ex CEO who lost millions - Right!

But, what they don't understand, is the fact that Mitt Romney's billions of dollars in wealth gains equates to a hundred billions of dollars in unjust enrichment gained by making victims of millions of people losing their life savings and pensions.

33,000 Toys R Us employees are out of a job.

Now Romney's gang is restarting TRU as Geoffry stores.

Every time Bain Capital does a "Bankruptcy Ring" fraud, countless victims suffer.

But, - Who Cares - Mitt isn't harming you, directly - Right!
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Shheesshh

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Response to laserhaas (Original post)

Fri Nov 16, 2018, 01:49 PM

5. These young Interns need to learn to be patient...

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Response to brooklynite (Reply #5)

Fri Nov 16, 2018, 02:35 PM

8. Ha Ha.

 

Good one

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Response to laserhaas (Original post)

Fri Nov 16, 2018, 01:51 PM

6. Are there committees for animal rights,

corporate stewardship, and worker retirement security? By Republican standards, he belongs on all three!

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Response to laserhaas (Original post)

Fri Nov 16, 2018, 01:52 PM

7. Isn't there a committee on safe canine transport methods they could put him on?

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Response to struggle4progress (Reply #7)

Fri Nov 16, 2018, 02:36 PM

9. LOL

 

he would rule pets have to take a number

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